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Public Address 06/05/05 - Friday Flash

PUBLIC ADDRESS 06/05/05 - Friday Flash

Hangover blog | May 06, 2005 10:40
Russell Brown's Hard News

The abandoned cats story may well do John Tamihere more harm with the public than his various other political calamities. A lot of people see the treatment of animals as a character issue, and their view of Tamihere will not be at all improved by this one...,


Winston plays his cards right | May 06, 2005 09:09
David Slack on his own account

The talk of the week has been just one question: just what is the source of Winston Peter's fantastic scoops? Here at Public Address, we try to do what we can to bring you the news the other guys missed, and I am happy to do so this morning...,


Meals to Impress (Women) | May 05, 2005 11:26
Che Tibby's view from Wellington

The title to this series was originally going to be either of two alternatives, Cooking Made Easy for Munters, or Food to Pull Chicks, but I thought that isolating half your potential audience was a little foolhardy...,


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